A surgical mask won’t help you from this virus (and I’m not talking about Coronavirus)

Dozens of people walking through the airports in surgical masks. That was the scene at the Fort Lauderdale Airport a few weeks ago when I flew down to interview Randy Gage for the Freedom Media Network.

At the time, there were less than a thousand reported cases of coronavirus in the United States, but a state of fear had been programmed into the American public via social media and cable news. Hence, the plethora of surgical masks. (This is to take nothing away from those who are affected or who have died from the virus, but at the time, the threat level of the coronavirus in the United States was much less than other things, including the flu and getting hit by a taxi outside the airport.)

That particular virus, however, wasn’t the topic of my discussion with Randy. We talked about a different kind of virus.

Mind viruses.

These viruses aren’t spread through saliva, physical contact, or even the air. They’re spread via social media, movies, cable news, church pulpits, schools, parents, and more.

Do these viruses impact your health? Absolutely. But they break down your mind first.

The viruses are part of the scarcity programming that’s embedded into your brain since you’re an infant. Messages such as:

You’re a ‘sorry sinner.’

You’re not worthy.

Wealth is bad.

Feel guilty for earning a lot of money.

As Randy points out in our discussion (see video below), it’s exceedingly rare to find a movie in which the wealthy person is the hero. On the contrary, you often have to be “poor” to be a person of virtue; if you’re wealthy, you’re required (in the movies) to quit your job in order to save the day.

These types of messages program or subconscious minds for scarcity. People with scarcity mindsets are more negative. They have bad relationships with money and, in fact, can never seem to earn money to ‘get ahead’ (much less become wealthy). They exhibit envy at people who are wealthy and, in fact, express disdain that others should become wealthy.

This type of programming – delivered via mind viruses – can stymie your efforts to become free, abundant, and prosperous.

According to Randy, there are some key areas in which we can be programmed that directly impact our self esteem: Money/success, job/work, sex/sexuality, health/wellness, God/religion, marriage/relationships.

“For most people, I think the tipping point is when they get to adulthood,” said Randy. “Do they get to adulthood with healthy self esteem? If you get there, you have probably an 85% chance that you’re going to live a prosperous, healthy, happy life. If you reach adulthood and you have low self esteem, I think you’ve got an 85% or plus chance that you’re going to have a unprosperous, unhealthy, unhappy life. Because most people never go back and question that.”

Randy said the “mind viruses” and constant programming cause the limited beliefs to be so ingrained that people don’t realize it and so they never question them. He suggests daily meditation and affirmations, as well as limiting the amount of scarcity programming we allow to infect our brains.

“I find that that’s what it takes for most people. Because most people, by the time they discover (their limiting beliefs) they’re 31, 41 or 51. These beliefs are so deeply ingrained that they have to discover them. They have to go back and find these subconscious beliefs because they’re not conscious,” he said. “If we just go out here and we grab the next ten people at the bus stop and we say, ‘Hey, would you like to be healthy, happy, and rich?’ ten out of ten or nine out of ten would say, ‘Yes, of course I want to be healthy, happy and rich.'”

He continued, “And then if we said, ‘Okay, well you say that you want to be healthy. Why are you smoking a pack and a half of cigarettes a day? Why are you drinking three 12 packs of beer a week? Why is the last time you were in a gym was the Reagan administration? Why do you eat nothing but garbage?'”

The subconscious programming has overridden their conscious desire to be rich and healthy.

“Because their belief is, ‘Okay, I’m on eleven prescriptions and that counteracts everything. So I’m trying to be healthy and I only had one piece of pie instead of two on Thanksgiving,” he continued. “Or do they think to say, ‘Well wait a minute, do I have self sabotaging beliefs that are causing me to do death wish behavior that’s making me unhealthy?’

“They never think to say, ‘Okay, wait a minute. I say I want to be rich, but I keep blowing up every opportunity I have to start a business or I’m self sabotaging my promotions at work or I’m doing behavior that’s causing me to remain poor.’

“And they don’t question that until they come across me or somebody else who is doing this kind of work and will get in their face and just cause them to say, ‘Wow. Why don’t I question what my beliefs are? Why don’t I do some critical thinking about it?”

Check out the video below to learn more and watch my full conversation with Randy on this topic:

 

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